The California Independent System Operator, or CAISO, has an ambitious plan for building out power lines, identifying three alternative ways to expand the regional grid.https://www.desertsun.com/story/opinion/2023/09/14/californias-reliance-on-aliso-canyon-natural-gas-is-an-addiction/70844883007/
The California Independent System Operator (CAISO) is a non-profit Independent System Operator (ISO) serving California.  It oversees the operation of California 's bulk electric power system, transmission lines, and electricity market generated and transmitted by its member utilities.
Find active, complete and withdrawn interconnection facilities and a summary of interconnection requests by study process starting with those received in 2015. ISO Generator Interconnection Queue. Link to the RIMS public site. To view Project Queue Report select Reporting tab on the RIMS web page.
Executive team. California ISO Organizational Chart 9/22/2023 16:13. Elliot Mainzer. President, and Chief Executive Officer. Mark Rothleder. Senior Vice President, and Chief Operating Officer.
Operating procedures guide rules and policy implementation. Operating procedures implement the policies and authorities contained in the California ISO Tariff and business practice manuals. We provide public access to current versions of the operating procedures, which do not contain information that is system security sensitive, market ...
22 min ago. The California Independent System Operator approved new market rules concerning its extended day-ahead market, its capacity procurement mechanism and reliability must-run contracts for generation units that are needed to meet local reliability needs.
The California Independent System Operator has pushed back the start date of its proposed Westwide day-ahead market to 2026, CAISO President and CEO Elliot Mainzer said during the market operator's Sept. 21 Board of Governors meeting. The delay stems from comments by PacifiCorp and the Balancing Authority of Northern California that they need ...
The California Independent System Operator (ISO) is a nonprofit public benefit corporation dedicated, with its partners, to continuous improvement and secure operation of a reliable grid operated for the benefit of consumers.
The California Independent System Operator (CAISO) estimates California will require thousands of megawatts of new transmission capacity every year during that time. Meeting this unprecedented demand will require California to simultaneously accelerate planning, siting, permitting, and construction of a modern electrical grid, while carefully ...
At the ISO’s August 30 forum on an Extended-Day Ahead Market, Elliot Mainzer, the California Independent System Operator’s president and CEO, made a brief presentation in his closing remarks illustrating the evolution of the ISO’s Western Energy Imbalance Market (WEIM) since its launch in 2014.
This is the first paper of a series on the California Independent System Operator (CAISO), This paper introduces CAISO, describes where information on CAISO can be obtained and describes some of the most important CAISO entities.